Tiger Woods' former mistress Jamie Jungers has been dramatically rescued by Dog The Bounty Hunter from a Sin City drugs den where she admitted to having sex with high-profile business executives in exchange for heroin and speed.
The former stripper, 35, appeared flushed in the face, frail, and fatigued late Tuesday when Dog and a team of armed men saved her from the drug house and placed her in handcuffs before she was turned over to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
RadarOnline spoke to Dog - whose real name is Duane Lee Chapman - about his encounter with the fugitive, who skipped bail in her home state of Kansas where she has been charged with fraud and theft.
Chapman said: "She was 88 pounds [39kg] when we got her and the handcuffs wouldn't even go on her wrists because they were so skinny... she was going to die in the next few weeks.
"These guys were holding her in a house where she was giving sexual favours for drugs. She told me she was trading drugs for sex with guys at four or five houses."
He said one of the men was a "top investigator for one of the biggest insurance companies in the US" and another, a construction guy.
In the video, the fugitive seeker shouted at the former lingerie model as she walked out of the house and asked her: 'What's your name? What's your f***ing name, b***h?!'
Jungers, who was fully cooperative with Dog and his team, timidly asked not to be filmed during the ordeal.
Chapman told Radar that Jungers blamed the pro-golfer for her poor decisions with men and drugs.
"She said all these dirty mother*****s wanted to f**k me just because I had f****d Tiger Woods, and before I knew it, all these people were coming into my life because of drugs. I'm a f*****g junkie now - and I hate it."
After being turned over to police, Jungers was jailed on drug possession and fugitive from justice charges, according to Radar.
Jungers found some fame nine years ago when she received a US$125,000 payout for revealing her secret relationship with the pro-golfer, who was estimated to be having an affair with as many as 120 women.
In 2010, she earned the top spot in Howard Stern's dippy "Mistress Beauty Pageant" with other women who dated the athlete.
Jungers has had a history of drug abuse - which followed the scandal with Woods, whom she once said she "loved" dearly.
Radar said the former dancer "hit rock bottom" by 2014, when she had developed a full-blown addiction to prescription painkillers, Xanax and booze.